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OGALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 8. 1921
FUND NOW TOTALS
$7200 FOR THE
ARE WIG TO
LOOK US OVER
Trip of Republican Committee Into
the Heathen South May be Post Postponed.
poned. Postponed. Till Watermelon Time
Teutons Must Pay or See Their Ene-
mLsa Occupy More Ger
It Will Probably Be Necessary To Con-
tinue Drive Beyond Wednesday
Although a meeting will be held to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night at 8 o'clock in the court
housei for the purpose of adopting a
budget and program of work for the
Marion County- Board of Trade for
the year, thus deciding how the funds
raised in the drive for $10,000 shall be
spent, it is now thought that it will
be' necessary; to continue the drive
after tomorrow night'3 meeting. For
there are many individuals and -firms
in the city and county yet to be seen,
Washington, March 8. The propos
ed trip of the sub-committee of the
republican national committee into
the South to get first hand informa information
tion information with a view to formulating rec recommendations
ommendations recommendations looking to representa
tions in future national conventions
has been postponed for several weeks,
it was announced today. The trip
probably will be made in April, begin
ANNUAL MEETING OF
THE MARION COUNTY
HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION niiig at San Antonio, Texas, and tak
ing in the rest of the Southern states
The annua meeting of the Marion A BRIGADIER GENERAL TO ROLL
County Hospital Association, held this
morning at the hospital, was a most
encouraging and well attended one
The reports for 1920-21 showed an in
crease in revenue, an increase m
President Harding has definitely
appointed C. E. Sawyer, of Marion, O.,
his personal physician and expects to
-" I a 1- l r a
nominate mm in me near iuwre icr
and it will not be possible for the com-i f a le rank of brigadier general in the
lit uiciiim:! o ux Liic asouviaiiiviit a w
mittees to see all before tomorrow
night. It wilishe necessary to ap approve
prove approve such Items of the budget and
' program as can be covered by the
fund3 already raised and the remain remaining
ing remaining items will have to be subject to
the raising of additional funds from
those who have not been seen.
, In the meantime the total ,is still
'climbing. N It is nov $7200.
New subscribers are: Robert Mun-
"roe, E. J. Moughton, W. C. Mead, G.
B. Overton, S. H. Christian, Melton
Timber Co., Ocala; L. L. Priest, An Anthony.
- Every subscriber, every member
and all who are interested are urged
to attend tomorrow night's meeting.
All those who have not been seen- by
the committees are urged to attend.
The meeting ; will decide what the
work of the Marion County Board of
Trade shall be from March 1921 to
March 1922. '. ".
nouncement was made that plans fori
Henry Fletcher was sworn in today
the future include the building this
year of a nurses' home on the hospi
tal grounds. It will be a .fireproof as tinder secretary of state
building of modern design. The of- ANOTHER TARIFF OF COURSE
ncers oi tne association, au oi wnora A program for tariff and revenue
were re-elected, were highly coin- legislation will be laid before Presi-
mended lor the good work done. Kev. dent Harding by congressional lead
J. J. neighbour, who was present at ers within a few days. Mr. Harding
tne meeting, congratulated tne om- ;s ret)orted to favor a new temoorarv
cers and all connected with the hgs- tariff to have effect for about a year,
pital and said that Ocala and Marion I pending restoration of more stable
c6unty should be very proud of the conditions and the preparation of a
institution.- I nprmanpnt law tn rpnlar thp TJnrlpr.
The officers who were re-elected jWOO(j
are: 1. 1. Munroe, president; n.
foTtiTi eo-t-of aw TZgxn Plioinonor
tr.ocnr.r- Mi Marv f! T? I rres,ueul aruing met. who in a
' I l; .a iL. c a a-j. ir:
N., superintendent; and the following ou. "V "r5t "me, lay- vfe
rresiucui vwuuge Biituueu hi me
Insurgents in Moscow Compel Lenine
. to Bring His Cavalry
COOLIDGE IN THE CABINET
board of managers: T. T. Munroe, E
H. Martin, Ben Rheinauer, John H.
Taylor and C. S. Cullen,
The number of patients treated dur
ing 1920-21 was 542, an i increase of
198 over 1919-20. The numbers of
members in 1920-21 was 83,
president's invitation and it is under
stood foreign affairs as well as do
mestic policies were discussed.
A special message to the Senate re-
All E IF
Picturesque Celebratkn of the Lower
East Coast at Palm Beach the
Next Three Days
Mayence,' March 8. British, Bel
gian and French troops entered Dus Dus-seldorf
seldorf Dus-seldorf this morning.
Berlin, March 8. The occupation of
Duesseldorf, Duisburg and Ruhrot by
allied forces will not be opposed by
the German government, it was indi
cated here today. The cabinet was in
session until 11 o'clock this morning
and then adjourned without taking
London, March 8. Protests against
the decision of the Allies to occupy
German cities east of the Rhine were
contained in a proclamation issued
in Berlin today by Presidenf Ebert
of Germany. He declared this action
was contrary to the Versailles treaty.
Ebert said Germany was not in a
position to use force to oppose the al allied
lied allied occupation, but nevertheless pro protested
tested protested vigorously against what he
termed an open violation of the peace
ALL CITIZENS ATTEND f
MEETING AT BOARD OF
TRADE HALL TONIGHT
The men of the city are asked to
meet tonight at the Board of Trade
hall at 8 o'clock with a representative
of the State Board of Health and the
United States Public Health Service
West Palm Beach, March 8. Car
nival spirit of the Mardi Gras will
prevail here Wednesday, Thursday
and Friday when the original natives
of Florida the Seminole Indians
will entertain the present natives and
visitors with the, assistance of home
talent to a performance of the Sem Seminole
inole Seminole Sun Dance, an annual celebra celebration
tion celebration which marks the winter season
of this resort city.. Upwards of 100
Seminole Indians of the various tribes
are trekking in from, the Everglades
to take part in the festival. Represen
tatives of the Cow Creek Indians
from St. Lucie county, of the Indian Indian-town
town Indian-town tribe from north Palm Beach
county; of Tony Tommy's Indians
from Fort Lauderdale, and of the Big
Cypress Indians of Lee county will be
Among the stipulations made by the
Indians before they would consent to
come was one which' provided that if
any of the tribes' members should by
chance procure too much firewater and
become obstreperous he should not be
pet in the lock-up but that his tribe
should be allowed to deal with him in
their own way and take care of him.
In addition to the 'Sun Dance there
will be shown this year the Green
Corn Dance which the Indians per perform
form perform each year in their native vil villages.
lages. villages. The Indians will live during, their
stay here in a specially constructed
Indian village which will be a repro-
ALIOS UILL STUDY
The State Board Will Meet im Talla Tallahassee
hassee Tallahassee to Hear Complaiais
on March 22nd
Tallahassee, March 8 State Comp Comptroller
troller Comptroller Amos today announced that ha
had called a meeting of, the state rail railroad
road railroad assessment board to meet here
March 22nd, to hear complaints of the
railroads concerning assessments for
the current year. The board is com- -posed
of Mr. Amos, Attorney General
Rivers H. Buford and Treasurer J. C
A GIFT FROM THE GOVERNMENT
Uncle Sam Will Probably Turn Camp
Johnston Over, to State
- (Associated Press)
Jacksonville, March 8. Although
there has been no definite statement.
the indications are the war depart department
ment department will turn over to the state fed federal
eral federal property at Camp Johntson re
quested by state officials. The war
department representatives who con
ferred yesterday with Adjutant Gen
eral Lovell, are en route to Washing
ton with their report and recommen
dation. A decision on the state's re
quest will be announced from Washington.
ing tonight will not be a lengthy one
and as many men as possible are
urged to attend.
( A-SsocJated Press)
Warsaw, March 8. Strong detach detachments
ments detachments of bolshevik'cavalry are being
rushed from southern Russia to Mos Moscow
cow Moscow to crush the insurgents who are
said to be gaining power daily in the
Russian capital. Reports declare that
many units of bolshevik infantry di divisions
visions divisions are disloyal. x
SHELLS FOR THE WORKINGMEN
London, March 8. During a recent
bombardment of workmen's quarters
in Moscow, says a Helsingfors dis dispatch,
patch, dispatch, several hundred people were
killed and others wounded. More than
100,000 persons are ,now on strike in
Moscow, the dispatch adds.
to discuss' clans for a. social- hvtriene
ramnim here as a nart of the stae- Unction of their homes in the Ever-
wide camnaiirn beine conducted bv Iada'. wffl.be. permitted to
I sell' skins, beads, arrows and other
VA UVAbC AVAt A V AAVtlk A V. W I
trinkets during their stay and will
not be molested in any way. They will
be paid for going through their native
The program of the three-day cele
bration will open with a reception and
parade Wednesday at 1 p. m., followed
by the pipe of peace ceremony, at
which Mayor Dunkle will preside and
speak and Senator T. J. Campbell
MEETING AT GREENVILLE drowned the of steam. Participate. mere wm be a re-
Those present at the meeting were er Honi? Moh off of Swatow. f Ponse irom the speaKing eat oi
T. T. Munroe, C. S: Cullen, Rev. J. J. Greenville, S. C March 8.-Presby- March of wnich WM 1 as peace- Dy tne great cniex oi
Neighbour John H : Tayhor, Ben from U 8teamer carried 1100 lVJ. tt tl
nauer, .owara vvauers, vv. w. "r"; Chinese on her last trip and only 248 r t" ZTXL Z m..
an in- questing immediate- ratmcation of the EIGHT HUNDRED CHINKS
DROWNED OFF SWATOW
crease of 26. The receipts of 1920-21 Colombian treaty is being prepared
totaled $18,0511.13, an increase of 1 by the president, according to reports
$6,149.53. The last period was fori among senators today.
fourteen months, but even so the in
crease was substantial in each in- GREAT PRESBYTERIAN
Hongkong, March 8. More than
800 Chinese are believed to have
have been reported rescued.
Dr. J. Walter Hood, R. R. Carroll, B. Carohnas are opening the
Goldman, D. Niel. Ferguson, ,H. C. general -regional convention
Jones, E. T. Helvenston and L. H.lxTesDytenan laymen's missionary I uvi2 STOCK INDUSTRY
Financial Statement UU I races of various kinds, parades, aerial
"The Legend of Wahonee," the his
toric character and seeres of the Sem-inoles.
Seminole Sun Dancing, fireworks,
NAVY LADS WILL BE
TAUGHT HOW TO SWIM
Washington, March 8. Livestock
stunts and other amusements will oc
copy each of the three days and eve evenings,
nings, evenings, concluding Friday night with
Following is the financial statement UNIQUE RULING OF S
of the Marion County Hospital for the THE SUPREME COURT
r'rtiii'loAn mAvtf lis ftAV T ww 1
1920, to February 28th, 1921: Washington, March 8.-A legal dif- 011 fa n8 mv U grand phantasmagoria.
ference between a "registered trade "f 1
mark" and a simple "trade mark" crease in.t?.tal-Tflue m0Dntmk- to
A STATE BRANCH OF
AMERICAN FAR3I BUREAU
Gainesville, March 8 Organization
- r, (Associated Press
. Norfolk, Va., March I 8. Orders
have gone down to Guantanamo that
some 4000 lads aboard the ships of
the Atlantic fleet who don't know how
to swim be taught to paddle their own
canoe before the fleet comes north
for the summer. They will take to
the nice, warm Cuban water under the
eyes of rough tongued, but highly effi
cient petty,, officers who are widely
known to be proficient in the main
business of the navy in any line get getting
ting getting results.
Navy men are always apt to get a
ducking. It looks like plain sailing to
see barefooted, launch crews whirl up
to the gangway in smooth water, but
they have to do it every day. They are
r the butchers and bakers and candle candle-'
' candle-' stick makers boys'of the fleet, always
on the go. And it's something of a.
trick to come alongside in a seaway
without bumping somebody off the
boat or carrying away a fender to the
profane WTath of the bo'sun and in indignation
dignation indignation of the deck officer and "first
loot" of the ship. A ship's boat hops
about like a flea on a hot griddle in a
, surface stir that leaves the ship as
. motionless as the Statue of Liberty.
Hence the order to teach the navy
to swim. If a lad is dumped over overboard
board overboard and can keep himself afloat for
a while, you can trust the navy in
general to fish him safely out finally.
They are always pinning medals on
sailor folk for that.
uontrioutions Dy 83 mem- .m -y Imost 114.000.000 as com Dared with
J v. v M00.00 was orougnt out m tne supreme uourt
Lewis bequest 2,453.00 recenuy m tne suit oi t e this Tear was 60.
Marion county .......... 3iu.uui v-.rr v.w QQQ
n-. . ... uma I kmnanv nf imeiiitia M I
Uity OI UCaia Z8.8b- 408.000. accordmp to statistic, of the I
rlOTWO era a oninct rn uilliam V Covlrl 1 vr. mt vuuwcuk wk vikouusviuu lui
w- ii uiiaui u' . t in. I . .
aepanmem BKrituuure. iucic kuiuk rionda division oi- tne American
a decrease in "number as well as in rFarm Bureau Federation will he un-
nnl.ii PIamJ. att-iTI nlrai mm 9AfYl I 3 i l t m I T- i
Stark! Dki" i aerxaaen nere inursaay ana rriaay
Brothers Nurseries Company had lost 8 "KK1CKtc - iarcn iu anu n. ine preummary
this suit. The statement was mmrt lauimilu- . iworx nas Deen complete:, most ot n
but the inference nlaced unon a brief 58'000. horses,, compared I but October when a temporary organ
- Cd IWl IOIOi h.i. i.mm I ? . .... v r
w,wv i a iizauon was penectea wiin u. ai.
On hand Jan. 1. 1920 83 .13 ixursenes oi totarn uity. Mo.
wnen the decision was handed down
Total $ 18,594.26
Operating expenses ......$ 15,238.39
it was announced that the
n COLLECTED AT COCOA
Large Number Present to Study Reg
ulations to be Submitted to the
Cocoa, March 8 The fourth an
nual convention of "the Florida State
Automobile Association began here
today with delegates attending from
411 parts of the state. A feature of
the convention will be the submission
of proposed laws for the regulation of
motor traffic in the state and to make
all laws uniform. If the convection
approves of the proposed regulations,
they will be submitted to the legisla legislature
ture legislature with a request that they be en enacted
acted enacted into law.
ADVANCING THE CASE
OF RUBE ALLYN
Bradentown, March 8. The Mana
tee grand jury today summoned 15
witnesses in connection with the death
of Harry Higel, and the sheriffs dep
uties are serving the summonses, but
it is not believed an investigation, of
Higel's death, for which Rube Allyn
is being held, will be reached today.
LAKE CITY VOTING
ON CITY MANAGES
Improvements and repairs
Interest on bonds
Furniture . . .'. ..... ...
On hand Feb. 28, 1921....
e train, mm I'W -AmnataVI With I tt. J JJ A. T Til
Thm SforV nwvt,AM hir.mvmimm f-r. I uiwaw as presiaeni: m. v. Duuer as
w e-y va ss Ara vviiva 0 a ua oa s-c-zs wm" . m99 1 s j aaa I
pany had V won in the United States ... .Z ,ih,uw TOni j vice president and Miss Kuby IN ew hall
' f (Aasoelatsd Press)
Lake City, March 8. An election is
being held here today on the question
of adoption of the commission commission-manager
manager commission-manager form of municipal govern government.
ment. government. f
IN THE CALABOOSE
951.44 '71 .fT "T 7: 1 .r; pared with $8,400,000.
Total .$ 18,594.26
The building fund was reduced dur
ing the period from- $2500 to $1700.
Number Tf 'patients treated. 503: damatres from the time when notice
as secretary-treasurer, ihere have
ir VtA 1 1 1 an a. x
I m. mm mt an KAta mm m Z-mm. IQIQl 4-Kafkl I A X a
NursoriM nH lSo n iniimrtinn - I "7 me American x arm cureau tea
straining the latter from using the
fsmilir noma f- m Am ma.t Thi.
" (wia j :.v. t o n Ann
n r k.; vvixipaicu w.w T..v,Vvw.
Wli V-Ulh VWUl VtVlOlUU IUU1KU I.UC I -... .. a ICfi AAA
aAggnrgatcvi aum,uw ui
Mules numbered 40,000,
age value was $167 per head compar
ed with $196, and total value $6,680,-
eration with a total membership of
about 100,000 and about 1600 coun country
try country farm, bureaus!
EDITORS HAVE ARRIVED
charity cases, 37; obstetrical charity of registration of the trade mark was th V "J lr!
f J-vKo I mn CT awwoam I 1 aw wm mmmm -mm ST
diture on charity cases, $1160.05. Upon this limitation only the Stark P i. I nX.
Brothers Nurseries Company appeal-
STRIVING TO SETTLE ed to the Suroreme Court. It was
THE A. B. & A. STRIKE I this appeal against limiting the dam
ages thai the Supreme Court denied.
(Associated Press) In its decision the Surpreme Court
Atlanta, March 8 Efforts are being said:
made by a federal board of mediation J ."The infringement that is sued for
to adjust the wage reduction strike san infringement of a registered
on the Atlanta, Birmingham & At- trade mark, not infringement of a
Ian tic railroad by
as compared with $11,232,000.
Other cattle numbered 917,000, com
pared with, 945,000 in 1919; their
average value was $21.50 per head as
compared with $27.30, and total value
$19,807,000 as compared with $25,
Sheep numbered 89,000
End and Will Banquet at Talla
hassee this Evening
Pensacola, March-8. Members of
the National Editorial Association are
en route today to Panama City and
com-1 Tallahassee after spending yesterday
conferences with! trade mark."
pared with 95,000; their average value I hereT They will banquet tonight m
was $3.50 per head as compared with I Tallahassee and leave later for Jack
The court .aid that tha plant h J?, "l'"'"'
... a a J I 4V 1 ri .wwa fi....... UI aUlUUaU UUSWCBS SCSHUU Will
rights m the trade mark prior to the T m . .Q, .a 1 0t .
LmAAre uiuiun.iv. '."-'a'-'-' vu.- juj iu ofc. AUgUlliUC luumuj!
Miami, March 8. Mike Kohlweisi,
a brother of Ludwig Kohlweiss, want
ed on a murder charge in connection
with the death of Captain James Pine,
Ludwig's wife and Hans and Julius
Kludow, his brothers, are in jail here
today, held as possible witnesses.
They were arrested late last night.
OCALA QUARTET AT WILLISTON
Al l (II; VT A V'Is Rflllk. j.i m :a :a V.. .V-a.
, lUAtLe VI 1L3 rCSfiaLratJUU. UU WlSh ... m.rm.
KEFPm Avn n.FnircL.u : i'j j-. v- parea witn xco.uw; meir average
-r fiJiUW ww. uuw iu.vit uai mm 1n mr,nTA witJl til InVP fV XT TO UACT
suiiuie waicn uie appAi wj uic ou
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
clothing & Shoe Company. Every Every-bmg
bmg Every-bmg we sell is guaranteed. We're
.ghting for QUALITY- not prices, tf
The LaSalle Extension University's 1 preme Court was made.
.. a I
special representative is in tne cnyi The Stark family nurseries were
and desires to explain the possibili- operated by three brothers after the
ties in higher accounting and the pro-(death of their father, the founder, in
fession of certified public accountan-1 1880. until 1909. when the youngest
cy. We can not only train you but! brother,' William P. Stark, withdrew
can place you in the auditing field in I and formed the rival company that
good paying positions. Phone or was defendant in this suit.
write, Geo. M. Merryweather, Har
rington Hall, for particulars. It 1 Unclassified ads. gets results.
and total value $1430,000 as com
pared with $20,644,000.
Yon will be more than delighted I -Miami, March 8 William Jennings
when you try a box of our delicious I Bryan has accepted the chairmanship
Loe Cabin Candy, and oar Martha I r committee which next weeic win
Washington Candy. THE VOGUE is I launch a drive to raise $50,000 for
at your service. Phone 5S0 or 553 for Paymg on tne mortgage on tne i oung
quick delivery of our QUALITY ICE I Women's Christian Association build-
CREA1L 25-tf inr here.
Williston, March 7 Before the
largest congregation that ever as assembled
sembled assembled in the First Baptist church
of this place, the Ocala Baptist qaar-
tet won the plaudits of the folk thra
the numbers which they rendered at
the "Song and Praise Service" last
Others taking part were Mr. mud
Mrs. J. F. Vagts, Mrs. E. A. Buxnette
and the Baptist choir of Willistou. A
complete program of music, inclosing
instrumental numbers, solos, duets
and quartet numbers was rendered.
The Ocala Baptist quartet is coz2-
posed of Mr. Frank Gates, first tenor;
Mr. Jones, second tenor: Mr. E. J.
Sasser, baritone, and MrW. M. Alt Alt-man,
man, Alt-man, bass.
The quartet received a rising vets
of thanks at the close of the service,
in which over 500 people rose to their
feet. The "boys" will always find a
welcome in WXHiston.
OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY. MARCH 1921
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Rollins College, one of the finest
educational institutions in Florida, has
beeri given an endowment of half a
The worst thing we know about the
British empire is thai it has so cheer cheerfully
fully cheerfully given Lord Mayor ,0'Callaghan
as a present to America.'
The United States department of
' commerce has been little else than an
incubus and a graft, but Hoover will
make something of it, or resign.
The Star thinks that if the Allies
would, advance their line of occupation
in Germany to the river Oder, it
would be best for all, including the
Donal O'Callaghan, lord mayor of
Cork, addressed a small meeting in
Charleston, S. C, the other night. But
the American Legion of that city
made a vigorous protest.
The Star is much pleased with its
state Associated Press service. It will
enable us to give our readers Florida
news much more quickly and in great greater
er greater quantity than ever before.
The trouble for Ireland in that re reprisal
prisal reprisal business is that there are about
ten Englishmen to one Irishman: All
the Irish will be gone before there' is
any appreciable dent in the English.
The appropriations of the South
Carolina legislature for the next fiscal
year will be $6,500,000. Let our legis
lature remember that South Carolina
is better used to being in debt than
said big; counties will see Duval in
Gehenna before they consent to any
such misfit arrangement.
In a gun fight in Stevenson, AUl,
Sunday afternoon, between fifteen
members of the farm tenants union,
who were trying to take-four other
members out of jail, and 150 officers
and citizens, several hundred shots
were fired and nobody hit. The shoot
ing of the people 'of that section has
deteriorated since we were up that
way in 86.
Mr. Harding began the first Sun Sunday
day Sunday of his administration by going
out to the links and playing golf for
an hour and a half, and then spent
the rest of the day with his family in
the White House.-"If the blue Sunday
law was in effect, he'd have to sit in
the stocks the balance 6f the week.
Some folk would sit him there anyhow.
Governor Allen of Kansas has sign signed
ed signed the soldier bonus bill; Under terms
of this measure, voters in 1922 will
decide on a $25,000,000 bond issue to
pay Kansas war veterans one dollar
for each day they were in military
service. If Kansas will do this, we
will fight anybody we thereafter hear
abuse that somewhat eccentric state.
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13. R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
H. S. Wesson; H. P.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
Published by Request -of the State
Board of Health
REPRESENTATIVE MAYO'S ;
IDEAS ON LEGISLATION
Resents Candidates for the Speaker-i$
ship Shoving Themselves
on the House
President Porra.3 of Panama is
pained- because Uncle Sam wants his
country and Costa Rica to quit fight fighting
ing fighting over a few banana plantations. He
has several more pains coming to
him if he doesn't heed the admonition.
The bungling work of an officer of
the merchant marine on board a
freighter, which rammed a destroyer
of the Pacific fleet off the coast of
Panama one day last week cost sev seventeen
enteen seventeen of our brave jaekies their
The new turbine engine at the
Ocala light and water plant lacks only
a few minor adjustments of being
ready to take up the work. It is a
splendid machine and will soon pay
for itself m the additional work It
can do and the material it will save.
It greatly pleases people to have
areaaiui nicKnames bestowed upon
them.a The American marines and the
Scotch Highlanders are tickled almost
to death because the comparatively
mild Germans call them "devil dogs'
and "Ladies from Hell," respectively;
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Uniform landmarks in stone, says
an exchange are to be set up as a
lasting memorial along the line of the
great battlef ront from the Swiss
frontier to the North Sea. The stone
selected is pyramidal in form and per perfectly
fectly perfectly simple. It will be ornamented
by a soldier's helmet, surrounded by a
laurel crown with the inscription:
"Here was stopped the onrush of the
-A Free Chide
This must be wholly or partially
for the treatment of venereal dis diseases.
eases. diseases. It must be in operation and
well advertised in order that diseased
persons may know of its availability.
There must be free laboratory exami examinations
nations examinations (including- the Wasserman
test) and the distribution of arphena arphena-mine
mine arphena-mine (salvarsan) free or at cost.' Soc Social
ial Social workers must be available for follow-up
t Such a free clinic in your commu community
nity community is the center of the venereal dis disease
ease disease attack. With its establishment
many' persons will, for the first time,
be able to get proper examination; ad advice
vice advice and treatment-- - j
A clinic will serve as a searchlight
by which the sources of venereal in infection
fection infection in your : community can be
sought out and, with the-co-operation
of other official? and agencies, attack attacked
ed attacked most intelligently.1
Through-the woman5 social worker
it will enable the health officials to
follow the victims into their homes
and give advice for the protection of
the rest of the family Because of
the need to continue treatment for a.
long period after the 1 patient ceases
to feel discomfort, it is often neces necessary
sary necessary to go after the patient who
fails to return for these routine treat
ments; '" -. -L '" ;
Through the same means, it makes
possible the following up of patients
guilty of continuing to expose others
to infection through immoral 1 rela relations.
tions. relations. Through co-operating agencies
these patients may be assisted to
other means of livelihood or forced
out of business through legal action.
An as educational center the clinic
will distribute literature' where it is
most needed and it can most widely
adapt the publicity material to the
local situation. s
In time it will be known as a bureau
of free information where young men
and others can go to obtain accurate
information on subjects of sex and
venereal diseases in place of the
quack literature which has caused so
many youths needless worry and
often worse results.
It can" be made the place where
local physicians assist in treatment
for the purpose of increasing- their
skill and knowledge in treatment of
venereal diseases encountered among
their own private' patients. This, in
turn, is an important means of in
creasing the total number of people
in your city who;: receive adequate
treatment. V '
i Editor Times-Union: Your commu communication
nication communication asking my views on the com coming
ing coming legislature received. t
" I am in favor of abolishing the old
way of electing a speaker. I would
like to see every candidate withdraw
from the race and let the representa representatives
tives representatives do their own selecting instead
of the candidates asking for the honor
and making a personal campaign.
This could be done with secret ballot
without nomination, the low man
dropping out on every second ballot.
By this method our speaker would be
elected strictly by the unanimous vote
of all representatives and he could go
into the speaker's chair without any
strings or pledges. Each representa representative
tive representative should then hand in to the speak speaker,
er, speaker, his profession, business qualifica qualifications
tions qualifications arid on what committee he
thought he could be of the best serv service
ice service to the state, thereby enabling
the speaker to select from the field
those best fitted for each committee.
I am not censuring any of the pres present
ent present candidates for the personal cam campaign
paign campaign they are making', as they are all
my. friends and I understand this is
the way speakers have been selected
in the past and I have no doubt but
one of them will be selected as our
In my opinion this would help to
insure us a conservative, business businesslike
like businesslike and congenial session.
I am in favor of a fifty per cent
valuation, lower millage, just equali equalization
zation equalization and a system that will get all
property properly assessed on tax
.. I am not unmindful of our ;state
institutions of higher learning, but
the foundation for these schools is our
rural schools which need improving.
, With the coming of good roads, I
think our small country schools should i
be consolidated whenever they can be,
into a high school and the pupils haul- j
ed from the adjoining communities in i
school busses, thereby it will enable
us to have fewer, but better, and bet better
ter better paid teachers.
. I also think that our school books
should be handled by the state and
distributed through the various coun county
ty county superintendents at a price to only
defray, cost and handling, so as to
enable the. pupils to get books when
needed, as we all know, especially
those who Hve in the rural districts
and whose schools always open earlier
than the city schools, that under the
present system of school book agents,
our children seldom get the beenfit of
a full term for the want of books.
- There are various other important
questions to come up. To a certain
extent we are going through a period
of : reconstruction, but space forbids
me to discuss this here; better roads
must be pushed; agriculture, live
stock, citrus fruit interests must not
be ; overlooked, also better marketing
facilities for our- farmers; "shorter
game seasons and a better hunting li license
cense license system; our homestead exemp exemption,
tion, exemption, bad check, and collection of ac account
count account laws should be screwed up a
notch or two. Are our state institu
tions on economical and business
bases? Be fair and square and reap reapportion
portion reapportion the. state, give pur governor
our full support and back him' to the
last ditch. Yours very truly,
Representative Marion County.
-Summerfield, March 5.
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Formerly Carroll Motor Company
Garage, Osceola St.
Phone 597 Night 408
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, and Emb aimers
Two Licensed Embalmers
Motor Funeral Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
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; Night Phone 515
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plans. Terms: half cash,
balance like rent. Call and
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RAY S THOMSON
A new lot of Powder Puffs just In
at Gerig's Drug Store.
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Donf take paraatlvea tor
stlpatlon Uiey act liaranly
they overstrala tne delicate
membrane anil leave tne
Bowels In a worse condition
tnan belore. U
witn Con Constipation
stipation Constipation SlckHead SlckHead-acne.
acne. SlckHead-acne. In Indigestion
digestion Indigestion SoorS tem-
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Nervousness, or loss of Appe-tlte-Donf
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mjLS take one alter eaen
meal and one at bedtime. A
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Stomach, liver and Bowel In
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'As a strengthening tonic there is
tf j nothing better than Nux and Iron
: (Tonic Tablets, $1 per bottle of 100
Cabbage and lettuce plants for sale, tablets at Gerig's Drug Store. Guar-
II. P. Bitting & Co.
9-tflantted or money back.
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Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
ueets every Tuesday evening at the
Odd Fellows hall at the corner of
Fort King Ave. and Osceola street. A
warm welcome v always extended to
i siting brothers.
T. C. Carter, N. G.
H. R. Luff man. Secretary.
. Meet me at the American Cafe,
Union Station, Ocala. for a regular
dinner family style. Best dinner in
the state for 75c. Eat and drink all
you want. Time for dinner 11. a. m. to
2:30 p. m. Owned and operated by
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LETTERHEADS, BILLHEADS, CARDS, CIRCULARS, FOLDERS. FINE BOOKLETS, ETC.
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You get the job when its due.
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Main Street, Opposite Foundry - r OCALa, FLORIDA
The Times-Union has been fighting
long- and skillfully kfor reapportion reapportionment,
ment, reapportionment, but perusal of a recent editorial
in that valuable journal causes us to
suspect that it wants another repre
sentative from Duval worse than it
wants justice for the entire state: It
proposes that in certain contingencies
Marion and several other big coun counties
ties counties lose a representative apiece, and
- l .s. i f v:
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1 I S TV A XT S THE. CXHeT L T" Vt iCRES f i
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OCALA EVENING STAB, TUESDAY, MARCH 8. It2l
HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE
CHRISTIAN CHURCH NOTES
. The vaudeville performance to be
presented at the American Legion
theater Thursday evening, the 10th,
is of the highest order ? and should
please the most critical of the show show-going
going show-going public, says one of -the pro promoters
The variety of vaudeville acts se secured
cured secured for this performance will indeed
be a treat to the people of Oca la la-Mr.
Mr. la-Mr. Eddie Armstrong v and Mr.
Wells, in a little bit of musk, are well
known as entertainers of professional
calibre with an act of merit which
never" fails to please.
Mr. Albert Lester Lucas, bass-baritone,
with a bass voice of broad cali caliber,
ber, caliber, has enabled Mr. Lueas to master
an unusually extensive repertoire. He
is emphatically a singer who inspires
and whose tone production is marvel-
OUS. "-; :' ' '" y;
Mr. J. B. King in a balancing act,
offers a feature that is" beyond re
proach, which opposes the law of
gravitatio nand which will be a reve-
5atio nto alL
Godfrey & Davi3, in a musical act,
offer, musical numbers on string in-
struments that will be appreciated by
the most discriminating theater-goers.
The proceeds of this performance
are for the benefit of the Marion
County Post of the American Legion
and everyone who can should see this
performance. '' The curtam rises
promptly at 8:15. Price of admission
50c. and 75c., war tax included.
The subject of prayer meeting at
7:30 tomorrow evening is "Steward "Stewardship."
ship." "Stewardship." A vital personal subject.
Following prayer meeting is oar
Bible school conference to which all
officers, teachers and older scholars
are urged to come. The senior class
expects to organize and every mem member
ber member of the class should be present.
The Woman's Missionary Society
held a good meeting Monday after
noon." The attendance was large, the
program splendid s and the interest
fine. Mrs. Frank Wetherbee, presi
dent, presided and read the opening
lesson. Mrs i. B. Cappleman was
elected secretary of the society and
Mrs. J. E. Chace, vice president.
Those taking part on the program
were Mrs. Nellie Johnson, Miss Mamie
Taylor, Mrs. C E. Winston, Mrs. M.
R. Thompson and 3. G. Waggoner.
Mrs. J. R. Burdett rendered a beauti beautiful
ful beautiful solo, with Miss Elizabeth Wether Wetherbee
bee Wetherbee at the piano.
Refreshments were served during
the social hour by Mrs. Stirling
Hooper. Several visitors were pres present.
ent. present. The next meeting is set for
April 4th. Such meetings are of great
value. J. G.. Waggoner. Pastor.
MEETING OF PARENT-
. The following program has been ar arranged
ranged arranged for the meeting of the above
named association at the Ocala high
school building, Thursday afternoon,
March 10, at 4 o'clock:
Instrumental solo by Babette Pey Peyser.
ser. Peyser. ; '
Songs, "The Camping Party," "Lfl "Lfl-lie
lie "Lfl-lie Bell's Ring" Eighth Grade Glee
Recitation by eighth grade.
Address, "Malnutrition" Dr. E. G.
Peek. : ; -'
Address by Miss Katherine Murphy.
Reading," "A Healthy Dream."
Burbank, March 7. Mr. and Mrs.
IL I. Turner and sons and Mrs. V. H.
Turner motored to Ocala Monday aft afternoon."'
ernoon."' afternoon."' Mr. and Mrs. Ben Freeland and
Mrs. Mary Sherrot, who have been
visiting their brother and wife," Mr.
and Mrs. M. D. L. Graham for several
weeks, left Wednesday for their
home in DesMoines, Iowa. On their
retur ntrip they will visit Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, St. Augustine and other places.
Mr. Freeland was much pleased with
this section and thought- it ideal for
- Mr. A. C. Wanamaker of Kansas
City, Mo., has returned to his farm
here and is making improvements.' s
Mrs. F. Bartholemew of Oldsmar,
spent Saturday and Sunday here look looking
ing looking after her interests.
Mr. C. N. Baker left Saturday to
visit relatives in Kansas City,. Mo,
after spending several months at his
winter home here.
Friends are glad to see Mr. Fred
Ritchter at home again after being
seriously ill at the Ocala hospital for
several weeks. ;
Mr. R. E. Turner spent the week weekend
end weekend in Ocala as the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Will LaLonde and Mr. and Mrs.
H. E. Abbott.
A very pleasant event of the week
was a miscellaneous shower and sew
ing party given Saturday by Mrs. H.;
11. Turner in honor of a recent bride,
Mrs. Ray Clineman, nee Mrs. Hazel
Burkholder. The house was simply
decorated for the occasion with cut
flowers. The early part of the after afternoon
noon afternoon was an informal sewing party,
which was greatly enjoyed by the
guests. The hostess then served a
salad course consisting of pineapple
salad, sandwiches, hot chocolate and
mints. After this the honoree was
showered with many lovely a"nd use useful
ful useful gifts. Those enjoying tHs de delightful
lightful delightful party were Mrs. Ray Cline Clineman,
man, Clineman, Mrs. J. A. Clineman, Mrs. M. D.
S. Graham, Mrs. Sarah Tourtellot,
Mrs. W. C. Bogue, Mrs. V. H. Turner,
Mrs. M. C. Dunnick, Mrs. Christine
Stigile, Mrs. George Taylor, Mrs.
Alex Johnson, Mrs. James L Taylor,
Mrs. Eva L. Hitchcock, Mrs. I. N.
Warner, Misses Mary Taylor, Geneva
Hitchcock and Kenneth Burkholder.
Mrs. G. A. Clineman entertained as
dinner guests on Sunday Mr. and
Mrs. M. D. L. Graham and Mr. and
Mrs. Alex Johnson.
Shady, March 2 What is a poor
country correspondent to do for news
items when everybody is too busy to
go somewhere" or entertain in a
'hospitable" or "charming manner.
nosickness nor accidents to write up,
nobody's horse has died or run away
and killed somebody; all the Ford cars
are behaving in a most amiable way;
no mad-dogs; no snake stories. O,
what shall we write up for our burg
this week, for it really "must be did"
as so many dear people would be dis disappointed
appointed disappointed if they did not see "Shady"
along with all the other country
places in the widely read weekly
effort.;,. ''.- ; : .. -'
(There is no way of keeping them
from being disappointed, dear corres correspondent,
pondent, correspondent, as long as you keep on put
ting, off mailing your letters until
; Bear, with us, kind home people,
while we tell our friends "up the
country" of some of the really fine
things we can see from our window or
porch, while they are still keeping
the home fires burning in the grates
night and day and wearing woolens
and furs. (Furs are worn here too by
those who are able to afford them and
want the world to know it but they
are very seldom, worn from necessity.)
We see orange trees with oranges on
them which also have pretty new
growth and blossoms; peaches on the
trees as big as your thumb, also some
peach trees blooming. The dewberry
vine is climbing over- rock piles and
fences and the white blossoms look
very pretty and it is pleasant to think
of dewberry pie about Easter or a lit little
tle little later. Roses are in their prime
now; new flower seeds have been
planted and the tender little plants
are growing rapidly these' warm days.
Geraniums have been green and
pretty all winter. No pit has been
used for house plants, but we have
enjoyed their beauty all along. We
wish we could describe the many
shades of green on the different trees
seen from our window, but to appre appreciate
ciate appreciate the view one would have to see
it for themselves.' The gray Spanish
moss which hangs from the shade
trees here lends a charm all its own.
We suppose the place was given the
name because of so many beautiful
and grand old trees, the live oaks,
water oaks, white oaks, beautiful
magnolias, sweet gum and hickory
trees. We could tell you more that
we see but Uncle Ben does not like for
us to talk too long- at a time, so we
will now give you the few litems" we
have for this week.
Mr. and Mrs. James Goin and chil
dren visited friends at Belleview Sun
Mr. H. W. Douglas, who has been
spending some time at different
points around Lake Weir, returned to
Mr. O. B. Howse and Miss Kendrick
of Ocala were callers here Wednes
day morning. ;
Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Martin of Isl
and Grove were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. R. H. Redding Saturday night
Rev. and Mrs. W. P. Buhrman of
Ocala were out Wednesday afternoon
and their friends are. always glad to
Mr. Charles Turner of Gaiter was a
visitor here Saturday.
advertise In the Star.
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Never saw the beat of itl
We KNEW this blend would suit!
Turkish blended with Burley and other
choice Domestic tobaccos the better
grades only- and here's where they
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Nothing else like it that blend
can't be copied.
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cala - Florida
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OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, MARCH fi, 1911
Eddie Armstrong and Mrs. Wells
A LITTLE BIT OF MUSIC
MR. ALBERT LESTER LUCAS
p Bass-Baritone Soloist
, ; .' ONE OF THE BEST
v T. B. KING
' ; m a
Sensational Balancing Act
GODFREY and DAVIS
: IN A -."
The proceeds of this performance are" for the benefit
of the Marion Connty Post of the American Legion
Don't Miss This Attraction at the Armory
Doors Open at 7 P. M.
Admission 50c and 75c
Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc
MOVE, PACK, SHIP
Read the Star Want Ads. It pays
Our Specialty Is
AMAZON & CO.
Between Ten Cent Store and Gerig's
Drug, Store ; :
PLANT NAPIER GRASS NOW
r Price $2 per hundred settings. For
particulars see or address
5-Gt F. W. DITTO, Ocala, Fla.
STAGS LB WE
LONG DISTANCE MOVING
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A Complete Stock
One of the Livest
Stores in the City
PRACTICAL CARPENTER ANU
Careinl estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. .Gives more and -better
work fcr the money, than any other
contractor in the city.
W" K M. D physician and
Jfurgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
f throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
J Ocala, Fla. Adv. tf
If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Mrs. D. E. Mclver visited Jackson
Mr. and Mrs. Haviland of Belleview,
!are visitors in the city today..
Get your candy at the old price of
one dollar per pound at Gerig's Drug
Store. Nunnally's and Liegett's. tf
Mrs. Sue Sanders, formerly of this
I city, but now of Lakeland, is in Oeala
Mrs. W. F. Gooch of Charlottsville.
Va., is expected today to be the guest
of Mrs. H. W. Henry.
Nux and Iron Tablets fill tone up
the sytsem and give you : strength,
fettles of 100 at one dollar each at
Gerig's Drug Store. tf
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Scofield and
Mrs. May of Inverness are business
visitors in Ocala today.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Ocala Library Association will be he!d
this evening at 8 o'clock.
As an antiseptic moutn wash or
throat gargle, ZePyrol is unsurpass
ed; 50c. and $1 a bottle (plus war
I tax.) Court Pharmacy. 2-6t
Mrs. H. R. Haffner of, Des Moines,
Iowa, and a winter visitor in Belle-
Iview, was shopping in the city today.
Mr. E. P. Axtell, a prominent at
torney of Jacksonville, is in the city.
Mr. Axtfll at one time lived in Ocala.
You can always get fresh or salt
water fish, oysters, shrimp, etc., at
the City. Fish Market on Fort King
avenue. Phone 158. tf
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Seymour re
turned today from Will iston, where
they have been on a short business
There will be a special Easter pro
gram given in the Methodist church
March 24. Watch for the program
Children will be far more healthy
if they use the famous ZePyrol mouth
wash one each day. Try it. Court
Pharmacy. :' 2-6t
Mrs. Clara Moore Pyles of Orlando,
arrived in the city yesterday and is
the guest of her mother, Mrs. C. L.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Seymour and
Mr. Loring have taken rooms at the
residence of Mr. J. V. Tarver on Fort
Mr. Charles Fox of St. Petersburg,
was in the city yesterdajr .for a few
hours, visiting hi relatives and num numerous
erous numerous friends here.
As the wholesalers come down, so
I do we. Delicious Martha Washington
candy "at 90 cents" a pound at THE
VOGUE. Phones 580 or 558. : 22-tf
Mrs. Robinson and Miss Annie Rob
inson, wno nave been visiting Airs.
H. W. Henr, left .today for their
home in Baltimore. En route they will
stop in St. Augustine.
Mrs? Clara Pyles, official steno
grapher for the seventeenth judicial
circuit) is taking the evidence in the
: case of John H. Gary against the S.
A. L. railway now on trial."
There's no extra charge for clean clean-ng
ng clean-ng your fish at the city fish market.
Phone 158. tf
and Mrs. H. L. Dickson
daughter, Miss Lois, of Mcintosh,
passed thru the city this morning en
route to Lakeland, where they will
visit friends for a few days.
Mrs. Bowly, who "has been the guest
of Mrs. H. W. Henry, left. Saturday
for a week's visit in Orlando, but be before
fore before returning home will come to
Ocala for another visit with- Mrs.
Nunnally's and Liggett's Candies
educed to ONE DOLLAR the pound,
it Gerig's Drug Store. tf
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The case o J. H. Gary against the
Seaboard Air Line railway company
is being tried today in the circuit
court. It is being tried by agreement
of all parties in vacation instead of
regular term of the circuit court.
In giving the list, the other day, of
the members of the Marion County
Hospital Association, we omitted the
name of Mr. C G". Rose of the Lake
Weir Sand Company," who deserved" a
full place, as he is a constant and en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic member of the association.'
Mrs. Frank Merrin of Dade City is
in town, the guest of her father, Mr.
The secretary of the Board of
Trade has a number f copies of nurs nursery
ery nursery catalogs that he will be glad to
give to those who are interested in
planting palms, shrubs, flowers, etc.
Mr. E. P Artell, a prominent law lawyer
yer lawyer of Jacksonville, was the guest" of
the Rotary Club at its weekly lunch luncheon
eon luncheon today, and made an appreciated
talk. Mr. and Mrs. Axtell are the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Gerig.
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Griggs of Lynne
were in town today. This is Mrs.
Griggs' first visit to the city since she
was able to leave the hospital a few
weeks ago, and her rapid recovery
from a very severe illness is good evi
dence to the efficiency of that institu
Mr. A. E. Gerig expects to leave
tomorrow for Savannah, where he will
attend the meeting of the agents of
the Equitable Assurance Society for
Florida, Alabama, Georgia and the
Carolinas. Albert is too modest to
admit it, but we suspect the society
has given him the trip in return "for
It will be interesting to the patrons
of Milady's Beauty Parlor to know
that only soft water is used. 2-6t
Dr. D. M. Smith has sold his hand handsome
some handsome and roomy residence on East
Second street to Dr. G. C. Shephard.
!Dr. Shephard is to be congratulated
on securing such a fine and well well-located
located well-located home for himself and family.
Dr. Smith will take up his residence in
a suite of rooms over the American
Express Company office, next to the
Star building, both of which buildings
are his property.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
C'othing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
For several seasons past our citi citizens
zens citizens have been treated to a musical
concert by the boys from the Georgia
Industrial Home, Macon. These boys
will be in Ocala on Friday evening
and give one of their concerts at the
bandstand on the courthouse square.
There is no admission charge and eve
rybody should be out to hear them, as
Mr. G. R. Harvey, who is travelingin
advance of the boys, says they are
giving a splendid program this sea
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Has the removal or cure of remedl
able defects in school children had the
great beneficial effects that were ex
pected? Nobody knows; for both time
and follow-up methods have been
lacking. Now, however, the U. S.
Public Health Service is making ar
rangements .to have such children in
all parts of the country followed up
for some years to learn how greatly
they have actually profited by the help
given them. It will welcome addition
al information along these lines from
OUR NEW CHIEF
Warren Gamaliel Harding, twenty
ninth president of the United States.
Born in Blooming Grove, Morrow
county, Ohio, Nov. 2, 1865.
Student Ohio Central College, 1879-
Entered newspaper business, Mar
ion, O., 1884, and publisher Marion
Star since that time.
Married Florence Kling, Marion,
"Member Ohio state senate, 1899 to
Lieutenant governor Ohio 1904 to
Republican candidate for governor,
Ohio,, 1910. (Defeated).
Elected to United States Senate
Nov. 3, 1914.
Elected president Nov. 2. 1920.
Baptist; heme, Marion, O.
IN HARD STRAITS
Manila, P. I, Jan. 20. The Manila
Railroad Company has made applica application
tion application to the public utility commission
for permission to increase freight
rates approximately twenty-five per
cent. In a statement the company
says that owing to an incerase in
wages and the cost of materials and
supplies, there has been a deficit each
month for several months past, in the
operation of the properties.
The statement says the Manila rail railroad
road railroad represents an investment of ap approximately
proximately approximately $32,000,000 and that on
account of .the constantly incerasing
cost of materials and the higher
wages paid to employes, only one
small dividend has been paid on the
stock of the company for many years.
All industrial plant3 are more or
less duty. Bat how dusty is the air
in any particular plant ? The degree
of its dustiness is important, for cer
tain forms of air dustiness create in
the workers a predisposition to tuber tuberculosis
culosis tuberculosis and other diseases. Dr. O. M.
Spencer, of the U. S. Public Heath
Service, shows in a recent report that
neither exhaust pines nor wet pro
cesses in grinding and polishing prove
that the dustiness in an industrial
plant is satisfactorily controller.
Many exhaust pipes do not exhaust,
and wet processes may- cieate far
more dust than dry ones. Only actual
dust counts made at the working level
show the actual dustiness, and these
should be made periodically.
SEEMED LIKE ENDLESS JOB
Absent-Minded Professor Naturally
Astonished at Number of His
Genius Is invariably absent-minded.
A famous Scottish professor was no
exemption to the
rule. He had re returned
turned returned from a
long walk,' and
his feet were
very sore anl
tired. He was
told the best thing
to do was to bathe
them In hot wa
This be promptly did. In the or
dinary course of events he proceeded
to dry his feet. He dried one foot,
and then, without the slightest regard
as to what he was doing, he put it
back In the basin. Then he dried the
other foot, which he also redipped in
the basin. This went on for some
time. Then he began to get puzzled.
"Good gracious, he murmured at
last; "I never knew I had -so many
Odd Place for a Cow.
A bull in a china shop is,-of course.
disastrous; but Cashier Edward Crow
of the Commercial National bank of
Raleigh. N. C has proved that a'cow
in a bank can be made a highly profit profitable
able profitable Investment both for the bank and
for the bank's patrons. "How much
cheaper it would be." Mr. Crow fig figured,
ured, figured, "if the folks hereabouts who
have barns and back lots would just
buy a good family cow, and not have
to depend on the markets for their
milk, butter and cheese." The more
be thought" about It, the more he liked
the Idea; and finally.be bought Lady
Ursine and her baby, and installed
them near the cashier's cage in the
lobby. Then the event was vigorously
advertised. What a good average
dairy cow will produce In the way of
dairy stuff, figures on cost afid main maintenance,
tenance, maintenance, and an offer to lend 75 per
cent of the purchase price to any man,
woman or child who wanted to Invest
In a cow, were published broadcast In
tie county. The net result was that
300 Interested persons attended
bossy's reception, and orders for 40
family cows on the bank's loan plan
t It was the first time I had been out
alone with the car. I was going to
the drug store, but couldn't seem to
get near enough to the curbing. How However,
ever, However, as I was only going to be gone a
short time I left the car nearer the
street car track than the curbing.
Soon I heard a great clanging, and,
looking out, I discovered my car di directly
rectly directly In front of the street car. I
was excited. Jumped in, threw it out
of gear, and let out my clutcli but
the car didn't start start-Finally
Finally start-Finally several men came to my res rescue
cue rescue and pushed me off the track.
Tou can Imagine bow I felt when
one of them looked Inside and said, "If
you'd turn your key and step on the
starter, you might be able to start."
v Left at Home.
One day I. with a party of friends
started through the state to advertise
a Chautauqua that was to be present presented
ed presented In our town the coming week. We
had a printed canvas ad tacked on
the back of our automobile and as we
drove through each town we called at attention
tention attention to the back of the car. After
our day's trip we reached home tired,
but satisfied that we bad done our bit.
We drove into the garage and there
waa our ad. We bad forgotten to put
It on the car, or else had lost It be before
fore before we started. Exchange.
Adjusting One's Burden.
TVl Trtabo tfa tKIn ffnrir riirht VOTJ
tins nn ivrailn.llw A CIlHrlon
least you are apt to become discour discouraged
aged discouraged when confronted with a heavy
KniH?an fan hovA tuacn IrTk Alt'Tt tfl
break under the strain of new loads.
When you are accustomed to things
they don't seem so heavy to carry.
Familiar roads are never so long as
new ones. Load up gradually and
learn how to carry each -new weight
and It will surprise you bow much
you can get away with. We are not
advocating that you try to do every everything.
thing. everything. That Is fair neither to you
nor to others. Load up only with
what may legitimately be associated
with your specialty. There are some
things you will be able to do better
than any one else. They are your
Job. T5a win be stronger by doing
IVANTED. LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
Rates: Six lines, maximum, one time,
23c; three times. 50c; six times, 75c;
one month. $3. Payable in advance.
JHEP.O-COLA WOODYARD We are
prepared to furnish -oak or pine
wood for either stove or fireplace
n short notice. ,We deliver your
money's worth promptly. Give us a
trial order. Chero-Cola Wood yard,
phone 167. 26-lm
WOOD Giles Wood Yard. Seasoned
oak or pine wood for either stove or
fireplace, $1 and $2 per load. Yard"
corner. South Main and Third Sta.
Phone 112. 2-22-tf
FOR SALE Twenty million Living Livingston
ston Livingston Globe tomato plants at $2 'per
JOOO. Livingston true blue seed. In
. 5000 lots or rofcre, $1.50 per 1000.
Wauchula Plant Farm, Wauchula,
FOR RENT Three or four large
rooms with bath. 308 West Broad Broadway
way Broadway jot phone 452. v 2-6t
BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCK Eggs
for hatching, $1.50 for 15. Limited
quantity only. R. N. Dosh. 2-2t
WANTED-Male and female white
labor. Apply to Arlo Box Co., Oak,
FOR SALE OR TRADE One 8-room
house with all modern conveniences,
in high class neighborhood, with
plenty of s"hade trees and other
shrubbery; large garage, small
garden under cultivation; close to
both primary and high schools.
Also pne5-room bungalow in the
same neighborhood, under same
conditions. Also two4-room bunga bungalows
lows bungalows with nice lots, 05 paved street
in northeastern part of city. Also
two lots in North Birmingham with
wooden building, store with 6-room
flat containing all modern conven conveniences,
iences, conveniences, rents for $55 a month; lot
large, enough for another store and
two bungalows. Will trade or sell
this property in part or as a whole,
subject to mortgages. Will trade for
first class farm in Florida, Marlon
county 'preferred. .These properties
have $10,000 to $12,000 value. Ap
ply to L.. M. Livingston, Ocila
House, for th.e next ten days. 4-6t
PLANT NAPIER .GRASS NOW
Price $2 per hundred settings. For
particulars see Vr address, F. W
Ditto, Ocala. Fla. 5
LOST Light red milk cow; heart
brand on right hip and side; short J
rope attached; white spot one fore forehead.
head. forehead. Send information to "J" care
Star office. 7-6t
FURNISHED ROOMS For rent for
light housekeeping. Apply at No.
120 North Sanchez street, or phone
WANTED A two or three-room fur furnished
nished furnished flat. M. Votgaris, P. O. box
346, Ocala. 7-3t
FOR-SALE Scotch Collie pup, Bet-
tie, 10 weeks old. Subject to regis-
tration! Price $15. C. W. Moremen,
phone 298. : g3t
FOR SALF, A Sjnger sewing ma machine
chine machine with motor, almost new. Ap Apply
ply Apply to. Miss L. Gamsby, at Carnegie
Library, or Star office. 8-6t
FOR SALE Second hand roofing,
lumber, etc, for quick sale. E. M.
C. Cecil Bryant
" PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
Room 22 Holder Block
PHONE 195 OR 332
Arrival and departure of passenger
tra:ns at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. EaEtern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
! Lea C
Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 am
is tee-is t. Petersburg
:C5pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:17 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
2:12 pm Jacksonville-NTork 2:43 am
1:45 did Jksonville-Gainsvnie 3:35 pm
6:i2am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13. pm
2:4i am St-Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:1
3:35 pm St-Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:2 am Durellon-Lkeland 11:03
2:ZZ pm Homosas&j 1:30 pm
10:13pm Leesburg 6:42 am
t :45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
"Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Tharsdajr. Saturday-
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